Lymph Nodes Headache?
hello, i want to ask. initially my left neck was bumpy u0026amp; my body has a fever. I ask the doctor, diagnose the lymph node
Good evening, thanks for the question
Pulsatile or throbbing headaches may be a migraine condition. In migraine complaints
head pain with moderate to severe intensity, throbbing epala pain or prickling. Although most complain about headaches only one side, some cases can be found on both sides.
Some risk factors that can trigger migraines include:
1. Normal menstruation on the first day of menstruation or previous / hormonal changes
2. Fasting and late eating
3. Foods such as alcohol, chocolate, milk, cheese
4. Flash or flicker
5. Get lots of sleep or lack of sleep
6. Hereditary factors
7. Personality factors
8. Psychic stress
10. Hot weather
To reduce pain, it is necessary to avoid the triggers above and take anti-pain when migraine attacks occur. You can take simple over-the-counter pain medications such as paracetamol or ibuprofen. However, if the complaint is felt to be permanent or burdensome then you should do further tests with your doctor for evaluation.
Associated with a history of inflammation of the lymph nodes or referred to as lymphadenitis, generally it can completely heal if the cause is treated and inflammation has subsided. If there are still sequelae you should control again with the doctor in charge for the examination.
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